Giving Back To Onitsha Community 2021 Our Impact
Giving Back to Community
GB2OC in homeless shelter Impacting
Lives One
Person At
A Time
Distribution of school essentials A New Hope For
The Near Future
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It is only through community support and private donations, that we have been fortunate to accomplish the following milestones in the past 12 years. As part of our community engagement strategy, we would like to share a little about ourselves. We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization into hunger and poverty eradication. We believe that education is one of the tickets to success for many members of our communities. Education plays a major role in resolving the hunger and poverty issues globally. 

Our Journey

September 2009 Our History
Giving Back To Community Was Founded

The purpose of this charity is to empower the needy by providing them with the basic needs, such as education and nutrition. In addition, we want to create an environment where they can have big dreams and be the best that they can be. 

December 2009 Our First Reoccurring Project
We Commenced Our Annual Food Distribution

From 2009 till present, we host our annual food distribution. So far, we have hosted over 12 food distributions in Onitsha, Nigeria. Here we give needy families food stuff to help give them relief to enable them meet other basic needs such as house rent, educational needs, employment and healthcare needs. Every year, the number of families benefiting from this distribution doubles.

May 2011 Our Second Project
Library rehabilitation (Ogboli Primary School)

We furnished the library at Ogboli Primary School Onitsha, Nigeria. We furnished the library with books, library tables, chairs, shelves, carpet, celling fan and Computer. We aim to continue contributing towards development in the community by giving back to our host country and making a difference.

July 2011 Our Third Project
School rehabilitation (Ogboli Primary School)

We went ahead to fix the leaking roof at Ogboli Primary School Onitsha, Nigeria. We want all students warm and comfortable while they learn.

July 2011 Our Fourth Project
Library rehabilitation (St. Mary's)

We furnished St. Mary's Primary School library with books, library tables, chairs, shelves, computer, carpet tiles, wall clock and television.

September 2014 Our Fifth Project

We awarded full Scholarships to 12 high school students in Nigeria.

August 2016 Our Sixth Project
Playground refurbishment

We built a playground at Ezechima Primary school, Obgoli Primary School, and St. Mary's Primary School to help students blow off steam.

July 2019 Our Seventh Project
Extracurricular activity (St. Mary's)

We purchased and donate musical instrument to St. Mary’s Primary School to help students with extracurricular activities.

August 2020 Our Eighth Project
Onitsha USA COVID-19 Relief Fund

We donated $500 to Onitsha USA COVID-19 Relief Fund to help families affected by the Covid pandemic.

August 2021 Our Ninth Project
Library rehabilitation (Anglican Girls Secondary School)

We collaborated with the alumnae of Anglican Girls Secondary School Onitsha and contributed library chairs to the rehabilitation of the library at Anglican Girls Secondary School Onitsha. 

December 2021 Our Tenth Project
Donated school supplies and winter accessories (Fannie Barnes Residence)

We donated school supplies (book bags and stationaries) and winter accessories (socks, hats and gloves) to Fannie Barnes Residence in Brooklyn, New York. We also gave out goodie bags.  

December 2021 Our Eleventh Project
Donated hygiene kits and winter accessories (Samaritan Dayton Village)

We donated hygiene kits and winter accessories (hats, scarfs, socks and gloves) to Samaritan Dayton Village in Jamaica, New York. We also gave out fruits (apples, oranges and bananas).  

December 2021 Our Twelfth Project
Donated school supplies and winter accessories (Kaizen Academy)

We donated school supplies (book bags and stationaries) and winter accessories (socks, hats and gloves) to Kaizen Academy in Ozone Park, Queens, New York. We also gave out goodie bags.  

To Help Those In Need We Focus On

No To Starvation

Join us in our Giving Back to the World effort and make an impact on the communities we touch. Eliminating poverty means that you are part of a much bigger picture - our vision is to eliminate starvation caused by extreme poverty. We assist individuals or families with little or no income. We envision a society where no child lives in poverty, nobody goes to bed hungry, and all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential as poor and starving children lag behind their peers.

Quality Education

Our ultimate goal here is to use education as a weapon to bring significant change in various communities. We believe that it is imperative that we promote and foster scholastic achievement within various communities by improving quality and standard of education in schools and by awarding scholarships and grants to deserving children facing financial constraints who might not be able to continue their education without your help.

How We Work

How we work in the field

The issues we work on are all different, but they share the characteristics of being significant and complicated. We hope to make our impacts long-lasting, and we know that they will not be solved easily or quickly, and we can’t solve them on our own. We do all of our work in collaboration with volunteers, stakeholders and other partners who join us in taking risks and pushing for new solutions. Our collective efforts to eradicate poverty and hunger depend on the support and resources.

How we strategize

We develop goals and strategies before allocating resources and making investments. We continually conduct research, collect and share data on our progress, and reflect on lessons learned. Essential to this process is ongoing dialogue with our stakeholders and partners which is rooted throughout our strategy lifecycle.

How we measure and evaluate result

We focus on measuring progress toward our goals using the most important metrics, which support learning and adjustment. However, the nature and frequency of measurement depends on the type of work. Evaluation is a collaborative learning tool that provides us and our stakeholders with feedback so we can improve, adjust, and decide how best to achieve outcomes. We work to ensure that our stakeholders have the capacity and support they need.